The “Gaying” of the Evangelical Church: a Response to Kirsten Powers (Part 1 of 6)

Ever since I can remember, TV political commentator and columnist Kirsten Powers can always be relied upon to provide the knee-jerk liberal point of view to virtually any issue under discussion. That is why when Powers went public with her conversion to Christianity last year I remained hopeful that an alteration in her leftist worldview […]

Israel and the Kingdom of God

Here is an 11 minute interview with Dr. Todd Baker of the Zola Levitt TV Show where I speak on “Israel and the Kingdom of God.” Many Christians and ministries today employ confusing kingdom now language. They often give the impression that they are “building the kingdom” or doing “kingdom work.” Yet, the Bible has a […]

The Prophetic Significance of Babylon

This week I’m featuring a 13 minute audio interview with Dr. Charlie Dyer on Moody Radio’s “The Land and the Book” program, where I speak on “The Prophetic Significance of Babylon.”   Many Christians fail to grasp the significance of Babylon in both the end times as well as the Bible as a whole. This brief interview […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 15)

In the last fourteen posts, we have presented a series on the “separation between church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that Christianity has generally been purged from […]

Are Civil Rights for Gays Morally and Legally Right?

A May 13th Houston Chronicle editorial accused and characterized those who oppose Mayor Annise Parker’s recent attempt to expand civil rights protection for “gays, homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals” as mere haters and “hateful.” In fact the subtitle of the article reads, “There is little value in spreading hatred about the transgender community.”1 Now that […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 13)

In the last twelve posts, we have presented a series on the “separation between church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that Christianity has generally been purged from […]

Resurrection Sunday: The Basis of the Christian’s Future Hope

As we approach resurrection Sunday, when Christians commemorate the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, I would like to focus just for a moment on this momentous event and why it represents the great hope for the believer. We will resume our series on the “Separation of Church and State” next week.   […]